Twins Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff were the heads of a small fortune before their deaths. A large sum of money that they received thanks to the creation of their Time X business.
After their funeral at the Church of the Madeleine, this Monday, January 10, 2022, the team of TPMP paid a final tribute to Igor Bogdanoff and Grichka Bogdanoff. Journalist Jordan De Luxe, the band’s new columnist, gave more info on the fortune of the scientific brothers.
Were Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff millionaires?
Many claimed that Grichka and Igor Bogdanoff were drowning in debt. Journalist Maud Guillemain said they had spent their entire fortune. Although they lived a modest life, the twin brothers were the head of a large sum of money. Information confirmed by journalist Jordan De Luxe.
I had asked them questions about the money, about their salary. It was very complex, we don’t really know, but their money came mainly from their books. They still had a deposit of 180,000 euros on their last book. It was for both of them so it’s to be split in half.
Additionally, he revealed that Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff had made a lot of money with their Time X company. A company named after their popular show, broadcast on TF1. “It was estimated at six million euros. So they both died millionaires. They had valued at 3 million euros each part of their company, ”continues the columnist.
“They squandered everything”
— TPMP (@TPMP) January 10, 2022
A moving funeral
On January 10, the funeral of Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff, who died six days apart, gathered hundreds of people, in addition to the personalities present within the Church of the Madeleine in Paris. Among them, the singer Francis Lalanne, Cyril Hanouna, Jean-Claude Darmon, the writer Raphaël Enthoven and the ex-minister Luc Ferry had come to pay a last tribute to the presenters of the show. Time X.
Igor Bogdanoff’s ex-wife, Amélie de Bourbon-Parme, was also there. The latter said a few words during the ceremony. Her ten-year-old son Alexander read the first religious text, before his half-sisters, Sasha and Anna, spoke.
January 12, 2022, the twins will be buried in Saint-Lary, in the Gers. A burial that will take place in the strictest privacy. They had spent all their childhood in their grandmother’s castle, before acquiring a castle in the region in 1986.